CMP is phasing in fossil-free fuel at its container terminal in Copenhagen
With the phasing in of HVO100 during November 2023, CMP takes another significant step forward towards CO2 neutrality and fossil-free container handling in Copenhagen.
Malmö proposed as a node for carbon capture and storage
An important piece of the puzzle of southern Sweden's efforts to capture and store carbon dioxide has now fallen into place. The CNetSS* project, led by Växjö Energi, has chosen the main alternative for interim storage of carbon dioxide before transport to final storage. The choice was Malmö and Copenhagen Malmö Port’s terminals in Norra Hamnen, where a node for interim storage and transshipment i
The tender process reg. equipment for the new container terminal in Copenhagen has started - sustainability in focus
The tender documentation relating to equipment for the relocation of the container terminal to Ydre Nordhavn in Copenhagen has been made public.
CMP takes measures for sustainable cruise calls
After two years in which the corona pandemic has negatively impacted tourism in Copenhagen, a normalisation is in sight this year. This applies to cruises as well, where the season this year looks set to once again be able to welcome many visitors to Copenhagen.
CO₂ capture – To make Copenhagen carbon neutral by the year 2025
500,000 tonnes of CO₂ will be removed from the atmosphere annually, which will significantly contribute to Copenhagen’s goal of becoming the world’s first carbon neutral capital by 2025. These are the goals of a new CO₂ capture facility at Amager Bakke, where CMP is an integral part of the joint efforts with Amager Resource Centre (ARC).
Now the DFDS ferries in Copenhagen will be receiving shore power
The work to establish a shore power facility at the DFDS ferry terminal in Copenhagen is in full swing. The initiative is a joint collaboration between CMP and DFDS, with the Swedish company Actemium as contractor and COWI as technical advisor. The facility is expected to be operational in late summer 2021 and will makes it possible for DFDS’ ferries to significantly reduce CO2 emissions.
TOMORROW FESTIVAL New festival initiative seizes the future
With TOMORROW FESTIVAL, Denmark gets a new and action-oriented festival filled with music, food, talks, and inspiration for a more sustainable everyday life. TOMORROW FESTIVAL will take place in Valbyparken's scenic areas in Copenhagen's South Harbor on 3 and 4 September 2021.